Plantasia 100% Essential Oil - Tea Tree
Made in Thailand
There are about 230 species of tea trees, almost all of which are native to Australia. Defined by local aborigines as "the most versatile healer in nature" and has been widely used in natural remedies for hundreds of years
During the First World War, tea tree oil was used as the first line of first aid for the Australian Army, used to treat infections, burns and mosquito bites Tea tree oil prevents plaque and periodontal diseases
Periodontal diseases (Periodontal diseases) are common in developed and developing countries, accounting for about 20% to 50% of the global population. The high prevalence rate makes it a public health problem. Some risk factors such as smoking, poor oral hygiene, diabetes, medication, age, genetics, and stress are all related to periodontal disease.
Periodontal disease can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by 19%, while in people 65 years and older, this relative risk can increase by up to 44%. A prospective double-blind, placebo-controlled
Tea tree oil is good for acne, also known as acne
According to the Global Burden of Disease survey, the prevalence of acne in young people between the ages of 12 and 25 is about 85%. Even if it is very slight, the acne on these faces often brings great troubles, especially during the teenage years of beauty.
When acne is severe, it may even affect mental health, social networking, self-confidence and even job opportunities In routine treatment, antibiotics are one of the commonly used options, but the emergence of drug resistance often results in poor treatment, so it is a big problem to find effective and highly tolerated therapies.